Ah, the great outdoors. Best trodden in a pair of hefty boots with a whisky-filled flask, nature's playground is the perfect place to channel your inner adventurer.
Or you could just put up a tent in the garden and use the downstairs loo.
Whether you're a ceaseless whittler, insatiable rambler or you just like sitting on rocks, we've bivvied up a veritable stove-load of great gadget gear to give and receive this Christmas.
VSSL Supplies Emergency Survival Kit (£79)
Alone on a mountain, being stalked by a bear that's consumed five litres of concentrated blackcurrant squash, you'll probably want a tranquiliser gun.
For everything else, there's this nifty waterproof torch. It contains almost everything you could need for a night in the wild: a candle, a compass, a razorblade, water purification tablets, rope, firestarters and waterproof matches, plus other essentials for surviving the great outdoors.
And, if you do encounter that bear, there's always the signalling mirror to distract it.
Montane Icarus (£108)
ThermoPlume! Not a cloud of fire, but this packable jacket's high-tech filling - capable of keeping you toasty warm even in the heaviest of December drizzle.
Sure, it might look a little Michelin man, but at just 581g the only thing weighty about this winter warmer is its concern for your core temperature.
Gerber Bear Grylls Fire Stick (£18)
Ask your local grizzly and, chances are, he'll repeat the rumour that's been spreading through the forest like wildfire: Bear Grylls can start fires with his teeth.
Don't fancy giving the patented Grylls Gnaw a try? This pocketable flint equivalent will give you sparks on command. There's even a compartment for tinder - though, with the number of documentaries you've watched, you'll doubtless be able to rustle up some dead leaves in a jiffy.
Matador Pocket Blanket (£25)
A blanket might not seem like the obvious accessory for a hardcore explorer, but nobody likes a wet bum when they sit down for a cuppa, a pork pie and a packet of salt ‘n’ vinegar crisps.
Matador’s Pocket Blanket folds up smaller than said packet of potato snacks but, when unfurled, it's big enough for four people to sit on (just), with weighted corners to stop the wind from trying to fold it back up with you inside.
Petzl e+lite Zip Emergency (£20)
Admit it: you’re very unlikely to get into the type of situation where you would need to use a light to try and get the attention of a would-be rescuer. And, if you are, then by the time you’ve said, “Quick! Pass the Petzl e+lite Zip Emergency torch thing”, you’ll probably be dead.
Nevertheless, it’s a neat (27g) and very affordable addition to your panic-bag, with white and red LEDs that can shine or strobe to bring help - ideal for when the festival campsite gets just too hectic.